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Nautical (of an anchor) no longer hooked into the bottom; hanging by its rode
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Anchors Aweigh Capital was established in 2013 and is an investment banking and consulting firm serving emerging growth and middle-market maritime and industrial companies in the US and worldwide.
At the ceremony's conclusion, Bales gave the traditional command to "man our ship and bring her to life," prompting Ford Sailors to run up the brows and man the rails as the band played "Anchors Aweigh."
The tracks are "The Waves", "Anchors Aweigh!", "Those Sharp Minors", "Upstream", "Interlude No.
The Tall Ships Race WTHE Tall Ships Race is here once more From the Port of Blyth further north than before Clippers and schooners all in a row With a standby crew above and below Thousands of visitors flock to the scene It's well worth a visit if you haven't yet been There's street entertainers and jugglers too To add to the fun for me and you Our Olympic competitors won medals galore And the Paralympics could add to the score In the Tall Ships Race there could be even more Soon they'll be racing anchors aweigh Crowds will be there on the final day, When the Tall Ships Race gets underway.
Joel and Ethan shot the sequence very much in the spirit of such movie musicals as On the Town and Anchors Aweigh.
He then asked: "Oh, you can speak Chinese now, can you?" TONY POP RAINSFORD: I was sitting in the outhouse typing when my concentration was disturbed by the irritating 'Anchors Aweigh' blasting from the ice cream van.
As well as a reminding us of his Oscar-winning movie career with the films Anchors Aweigh and High Society, the channel is also bringing us this documentary, which looks at his remarkable career from a very British perspective.
As well as reminding us of his Oscar-winning movie career with the films Anchors Aweigh and High Society, the channel is also bringing us this documentary, which looks at his remarkable career from a very British perspective.
In mid-August, GOP presidential frontrunner Donald Trump vowed in an immigration-policy white paper to "end birthright citizenship," which he claimed was the "biggest magnet for illegal immigration" (see "Anchor Babies Aweigh," page 24, for the dubious veracity of that assertion).
When he filmed Anchors Aweigh with Gene Kelly in 1944, he had to learn choreography.
Sinatra and Iturbi met in 1945, while filming MGM's "Anchors Aweigh." The two remained friends and occasionally performed together throughout their lives.